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the chief of the los angeles police department who is involved in this and the operations as well. chief charlie beck. >> very briefly, i want to commend the men and women of lapd, we have the los angeles police department and tsa and fbi, laso and other agencies, we'll treat this incident with the unified command, many, many details as you're interested will not be given out at this point. we will not speak about the nature of injuries and not speak about the identity of the suspect. the investigation is being handled by the fbi. with the cooperation of the los angeles police department. again, a tremendous unified response. i know this region worries about its airport because of the complex issues involved with various jurisdictions. it was handled very well today, thank you. >> hold on one second. we'll next hear from fbi special agent in charge, special agent b bowitch to talk about the situation. >> david bodich, bowdich. first off, we're working hand in hand with our partners here to include the los angeles police department, the l.a. airport police and respect to this investigatio
. the 405 specifically a major thoroughfare for commuters in los angeles. that might be happening now or in the process of happening. we're about -- i would say about a half mile away from where this incident took place trying to get to the airport entrance. it is completely gridlocked here. there are hundreds of cars in every lane. we have about seven helicopters and several news agencies as well as police and fire officials hovering up overhead. this area is a mess. it is gridlock. folks are being told to stay away. as we approached the airport on the thoroughfares that go on towards the airport property, we can see buses and cars are literally at a standstill, there are people on the roadways where we are now outside of their cars trying to make their way towards the airport. some folks walking with luggage in hand. a majority of the flights have been severely impacted. flights coming into the airport, we've seen a couple of planes land off the runway here a few hundred feet from where we are at in our vehicle. we know some flights are landing but it is it not appear any flights ar
learning more about the man who open fired in the los angeles international airport. >>> nsa leaker ed ward snowdon would be traveling from russia to germany. >> the pakistani government has demanded a meeting with the u.s. ambassador to protest the drone attack that killed the taliban leader halimullah mehsud. >> a struggle for power for succession. also a serious blow for pakist pakistan, and preliminary talks with the tehriki-i-taliban. the peace prospects are now out of the question, and a big blow is seen to deliver to the taliban pakistan. they will not be able to recover from this any time soon. it will be interesting to see the government of pakistan has asked the security forces to be on red alert. >> joining us now, director for the center of middle east studies at the university of denver. thank you for joining us on this topic, now the pakistan foreign office has summoned the u.s. ambassador to protest this action there are competing interests here, but the interests have to overlap for there to be any success in the region. what do you think is going to come out of this? >> rep
airport police, los angeles airport police, responded immediately to the calls. they tracked the individual through the airport, and engaged him in gunfire in terminal 3. and were able to successfully take him into custody. >> nbc news justice correspondent, pete williams, joins me now with the latest on the investigation. pete, i understand we have learned breaking news with the suspect. what do you know? >> reporter: well, authorities from several different organizations have told us that the suspect's name is paul anthony ciancia. c-i-a-n-c-i-a. they say he is 23 years old, born in february of 1990. a u.s. citizen who is living in the l.a. area. and as for the motive -- we're a long way from knowing that for certain. there is some indication, we're told, that he had strong anti-government views. that's based on some written material that we're told he was carrying, that they found on him after he was shot by l.a. airport police. he is said to be in critical condition at the ucla medical. we believe that all of the people who were shot, all of the people he shot, were emplo
on with the shooting free that happened in los angeles on friday. the gunman targeted t.s.a. officers but the motive is still not clear. an officer was killed, two were wounded. now more from los angeles on this story. >> paul ciancia arrived at the airport on friday like a regular passenger. we have learned a roommate dropped him off at terminal 3 unaware of the plan. according to the complaint, surveillance video shows ciancia walking up to the check point pulling out an assault rifle and shooting dass officer gerardo hernandez pointblank. the document also says that the gunman walked away but he saw the wounded officer moving, he came back and shot him again, killing him. >> this is the first t.s.a. employee killed in the line of duty. >> the f.b.i. says ciancia shot his way through the terminal wounding two other officers and a teacher, shot in the leg. >> he dragged himself into a closet where he found a sweatshirt which he used as a tourniquet to slow or stop the blood. >> after airport police shot ciancia four times, they found the bag which contained five magazines full of ammunition and a h
ended a short time ago at a los angeles walmart where we find kyung lah, who we hope is staying safe right now, considering that setup. what are these protesters demanding and are they behaving themselves there? >> reporter: well, it's actually just wrapped up, as you said. we have a couple stragglers still holding up signs here at the very, very tail end of this protest. still trying to make a point. the point that they are making is that they want better wages. they say they simply don't have a liveable wage, they can't afford to live at a place like new york, los angeles, and that's where we saw some of these protests that have been rolling throughout the day from the east coast to the west. there have been a number of these demonstrations, eight major ones, as you mention. we were at another one just before this one happened here in los angeles, east of los angeles in ontario, california. one of the protesters who got arrested, there were some peaceful arrests, was santa claus. ten people got arrested there. nothing other than civil disobedience. what the workers say they want is
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hear something. >> reporter: in los angeles overnight, california families welcomed home storm survivors back to the u.s. >> i was scared. i thought, i'm not coming back. >> i appreciate family that's still over there. and the ones we have here. that's really all we have. >> it's good. i miss them so much. >> reporter: back in the philippines, just when it seemed things couldn't get any worse, a new, far weaker tropical storm made landfall. and word this morning of a small earthquake. tahman bradley, abc news, washington. >>> and back here, now. a north carolina man has been charged with attempting to help an al qaeda-linked group in syria. basit sheikh is alleged to have posted messages on facebook and communicated with an fbi informant about his plans to join a group the u.s. considers terrorists. now, he was arrested at the airport just before leaving for the region. >>> in other news this morning, the son of oklahoma senator jim inhofe has been killed in a plane crash. dr. perry inhofe, an orthopedic surgery was piloting the aircraft. that plane did crash
was only an accident. >>> the los angeles area hot sauce plant at the center of a controversy has been ordered to partially close. neighbors had complained that the smell around the sriracha plant was making them sick. the maker had argued there was no reason to close the plant now because harvest season for red-hot jalapeno peppers is over, the key ingredient. the ruling won't affect this year's supply of the popular sauce. >>> bombshell allegations against celebrity chef nigella lawson, months after her high-profile divorce. an e-mail from lawson's billionaire ex-husband, charles saatchi, said that lawson was so high on drugs that she allowed their two personal assistants to spend whatever they wanted. those assistants are now on trial for spending nearly $500,000 of the couple's money on themselves. they say lawson used cocaine, marijuana and prescription drugs daily during her ten-year marriage, a claim she denies. >>> less than two months after its debut, alec baldwin's new talk show, no more. msnbc suspended "up late with alec baldwin" for two weeks, after he used an anti-gay slu
at los angeles international airport. alleged shooter paul has apparently told police he acted alone. he is under armed guard at a los angeles hospital. he is facing hurt chars for the death of tsa agent. gerardo hernandez, a father of two. the only tsa officer ever killed in the line of duty. the terrifying moments were caught on video by a photographer with "tmz." you can see passengers running for their lives. we'll speak to an eyewitness. first we go to adam housley live at los angeles international airport with more. adam? >> reporter: that agent hernandez is being remembered here as someone nice, always smiled, a father, a husband. here in los angeles it has been quite a few days as you might imagine. people here are very upset about what happened. a lot of coworkers here whether they knew him or not feeling for him and his family. they already have a couple of memorials. as you come into lax if you have not been here before, there are a couple of pillars they have, four or five out front a art project that sets off the airport and they change colors. in honor of him they were illu
is a team effort here. los angeles airport police, lapd, you're going to also have the joint terrorism task force. that basically is made up of agencies you've described. looks like we might have had a hero tsa officer here wounded. he might have tried to confront or stop the gunman. police in l.a., i've been out there and worked with them before, they are very good. it's a large facility with a lot of police. so quickly this guy was taken down where he couldn't hurt a multitude of people. >> the faa is telling nbc news there is a ground stop in effect for lax. the flights are on the ground bound for lax, will be held on the ground. you can see we've got air yeeri. this happened 12:30 eastern time, 9:30 a. time, pacific time. because of the east coast delays, east coast bad weather, there were a lot of people in those terminals. mike taibbi still standing by for us in l.a. mike, at this point, what are you hearing from the lapd? >> well, the lapd is still on the scene, obviously, because there have been unconfirmed reports bouncing back and forth on the scanners and radios there might have
. >>> a gunman opens fire, killing a tsa agent and wounding three other people. at los angeles international airport. today we hear from a friend of the shooter. >>> at the moment that they're seeing this on the tv. their third roommate comes back. saying i just dropped off paul at l.a.x., he didn't with a to go alone. they just knew. i think you just dropped off paul to a shooting. >> police were just minutes from stopping the attack. and should tsa officers be armed? the shooting at l.a.x. has some pushing for tsa to be armed. >>> and edward snowden says british counterparts to the nsa are some of the worst offenders to government oversight. >>> welcome to "around the world." police came within minutes of stopping the alleged l.a.x. shooter from heading to the airport before friday's rampage. one. new details we're learning today. this is from an exclusive interview with a woman who knows the suspect and his three roommates. 23-year-old paul ciancia is charged with murdering a tsa officer. ciancia is in critical condition after being shot by police officers. the fbi says he set out to kill
coast. we saw one a short distance from where i am, east of los angeles in ontario, california, there are about 100 people at this particular walmart. they were walking with signs. they were protesting because it is black friday. they wanted to talking about wages. as people are arriving to spend money, trying to get deals, they wanted to talk about how the wanings of the people who are helping them buy their cheap stuff, they're not being paid appropriately. the reason why these employees, some of them are employees, most of them nonemployees who are union members want to talk about this is because it's a large platform. walmart hires about 1% of all of the u.s. labor force. about 1.5 million people. they say it is appropriate to do this, to talk about it today. they also staged some peaceful civil disobedience, a small number of them, about ten of them were arrested trying to make that point. michael? >> amazing. >> the biggest employer there, and there you have it. protests outside the walmart stores in some cases. kyung lah is reporting from a walmart in los angeles. zain a
trespass. he entered what i can call a criminal factory known as the main jail in los angeles where they process and you can almost feel bad for them but not quite. they process thousands of people. people with hispanic names are called out to be interviewed. he did not have the capacity to explain what i just told you was his background. he was on a bus. he went to immigration service. he was on a bus. he was taken to tijuana and released. no lawyer in that process. every religion that i'm familiar with teaches that things like that are not the right way to go and we do have public officials who are happy to mention their own religion and i get a kick out of it and check their voting record because on this issue and on your issue, they are part of the problem. who are they? they are your friends. they are the people you like. they like environmental things, other things. these things i tried to talk to them and so have others much more powerful than i am. he was in mexico for 3 months. he had a mental breakdown. he thought he was dead. to check if he was dead he stepped out in fro
may have motivated it.ç david wright is in los angeles. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, george. pretty much back to normal at l.a.x. if you're traveling through here today, you wouldç be hard-presd to find any signs of the cold-blooded attack that took place just friday. moments before l.a.x. erupted in panic and mayhem --ç paul ciancia arrived like a normal passenger. abc news has learned his roommate dropped him off at terminal 3, unaware ciancia had no ticket and apparently no plans of boarding a flight.ç according to the criminal complaint filed saturday in federal court, heç walked righ up to the tsa checkpoint, pulled out a smith & westinç assault rifle, and shot tsa officer geraldo hernandez atç point blk range multiple times. he rode up the escalator. he allegedly came back and shot hernandez again, killing him. >> as we know, this is the first tsa employee killed in the line of duty. and it is a significant event. >> reporter: two other tsa officers wwre wounded, james speer and tony grigsby. the fourth victim, a teacher, brian ludmer, shot in the l
a moment of silence to honor the transportation security administration officer shot to death at los angeles international airport a week ago. operations were halted and hundreds of airports at 9:20 when hernandez was killed. at lax, passengers and t.s.a. officers stopped and bows their heads as taps was played. >> the high patrol is investigating an accident that killed a 26-year-old man walking on the freeway this morning. it maked at 5:00 a.m. in the northbound 280 connection at 87 southbound. two cars hit the man. he died at the scene. they are trying to determine why the man was on the freeway. 9 accident closed the road for two hours. >> students, teachers and the administration at berkeley high school are making a wardrobe change today to show support for a classmate who was set on fire on an a.c. transit bus. abc7 news reporter, amy hollyfield, is at the high school with more on the story. amy? >> that student doesn't identify as male or female so students here say they, when referred to s ash a, rather than he or she. he would often wear skirts to students, here, today, deci
... >> washington... >> detroit... >> chicago... >> nashville... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. determining using some sort of subjective interpretation of their policy as to whether or not your particular report was actually abusive, because if it doesn't contain language that specifically threatens you directly or is targeted towards you specifically, they may not consider it abuse. they may consider it offensive. and in that case they just recommend that you block that person. >> i don't want to minimise this, because i mean, there's some really horrible things that are on line, and it's not - it's not just twitter, what has happened through social media and the anonymity of the net is that you see websites, hate-filled websites targetting all sorts of groups, popping up. there has been a huge number of those that exist as well. >> while you were asleep, news was happening. >> here are the stories we're following. >> find out what happened and what to expect. >> international outrage. >> a day of political posturing. >> every morning from 5 t
do not have a description of the guns or the man. >> happening now in son california, los angeles police are going door to door interviewing neighbors after the father of state assembly man mike gotto was found shot to death in a possible home invasion. the body of the 78-year-old was found last night slumped over in a chair in his home in silver lake. his daughter made the discovery after she did not hear from her dad all day. police have not made any arrests. a spokesman for the democratic lawmaker says that assemblyman gotto is devastated after the call about his father's death. >> supporters of a local teen set on fire on an a.c. transit bus are planning a march tonight. friends and family of 18 -year-old sasha fleischman start at oakland high school and place rainbow ribbons on the bus route. 16-year-old richard thomas lit sasha's skirt on fire. he has second- and third-degree leg buns. a donation page has been re-opened after raising $22,000 to help pay for medical expenses. >> two tesla employees are recovering in a burn center after an accident at the company's fremont pla
evans, cbs news, los angeles. >> axelrod: if you weren't in san francisco yesterday, don't you wish you had been? that's the cbs evening news for tonight. i'm jim axelrod in new york. for all of us here at cbs news, thanks for joining us. good night. tunnel, open for business. e early reviews are in. >> relief for thousands of commuters as the bore ever caldecott tunnel opens for business. the early reviews are in. >>> just when you thought it was safe to get back on bart. the new rift preventing final approval of a tentative deal. >>> the first haul of crab isn't looking good but don't let that fool you. kpix 5 news is next. ,,,,,,,, >> this is kpix 5 news. >> bart wants to go back to the bargaining table after a mistake in the contract with the union. so the unions are balkin
. the disturbing trend coming up. >>> two different scares at los angeles international airport. one prompted this response from police. >> everyone, on the ground! >> everybody get down! >> we'll tell you what triggered that show of force. >>> and jackie kennedy's iconic pink suit. find out where it is now and why the wearabouts of her famous pill box hat remains a mystery. >>> talks on iran's nuclear program appear to be moving closer to a deal. u.s. secretary of state john kerry met with iran's foreign minister today after arriving in switzerland early this morning. it sounds like if there is going to be a deal, today just might be the day. jim shuuto is live in geneva. what's happening now? >> reporter: well, today are or the early morning hours since that key meeting between secretary of state john ker around the iranian foreign minister javad zarif, diplomats met twice and what they're doing now, both sides, going after the wording of this proposed agreement right tao down, according to iranian official, individual words in that agreement that might seem small but have great meaning to
in the mountains near los angeles forcing drivers to chain up or get off the road. snow is also slowing traffic in and around flagstaff, arizona, where up to eight more inches of snow is predicted this weekend. the snow is being blamed for hundreds of accidents across the region as it moves northeast across the country. for a look at where the storms are headed let's go to meteorologist eric fisher at our boston station wbz. err. >> as we move towards the holiday, travelers in what part of the country should be most worried? >> on the short term this weekend, jim, it's across texas, new mexico, winter storm warning not just for snow but freezing rain that will be coming down. pretty hefty accumulations in the mountains, but it's northwest texas that will really have to watch for the ice on top of that. as we head towards next week, exphnd tuesday, it's the gulf coast, locally heavy rain, especially in the i-10 corridor, airports like atlanta, charlotte, jax sonville, new orleans, expecting those to see delays. then wednesday, the big day, and rain is look likely along the east coast. this could
at dreams works. the president arrived in los angeles last night and went to a fundraiser at beverly hills home of magic johnson where gusts paid $15,000 each for tickets and mingled with stars hike samuel l. jackson and left san francisco after make three stops including in chinatown. >> still ahead, the supreme court weighs into a fight over religion and birth control. >> story you see only on abc7, a couple who survived asiana flight 214 opens up to me about their horrific ordeal on the tarmac at fog and how they are coping now five months later. >> toys to avoid just released we on a >>> the supreme court agreed to take up another provision of obamacare, birth birth control. obamacare mandates insurance cover protective services such as birth control at no cost to the employee. a laugh is willing to provide standard contraceptives but not the morning after pills. that pill may not work for women over a certain weight. researchers found the french investigation of the drug begins to lose effectiveness in women who weigh more than 165 pounds and is ineffective in women over 176 pounds. i
are planned in los angeles, seattle, and several other cities. controversy erupted over a wal-mart holding a food drive for their own employees with bins asking workers to donate we food to fellow workers for thanksgiving. >> okay...mike has the forecast. mike? >> we are on the roof. it is harder to see oakland today. it is not a "spare the air" day and we will talk about the trend of dry air coming in for thanksgiving and weekend forecast. i found another chance of rain in the seven-day forecast. ♪ we like to by a pink toy >> the fight is over between the bay area toy company and the beastie boys what the makers of this video are saying this morning. >> the presidential pardon from the national thanksgiving turkey, what happens next for a pair of gobblers spared from the >> covering walnut creek, burlingame, campbell and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> a new study bringing attention to breast cancer and why women who test negative for a specific gene may not be out of the woods. angelina joel brought national attention to the gene known as brca after undergoing a double mastecto
-raisers in seattle and los angeles next sunday and monday. >> juana, another big talk this week was the afghanistan issue. is it a done deal that an american troop presence will remain in that country until 2024. >> it is absolutely not a done deal. car caye says he supports this tentative agreement. he said he wants successor to sign it. it is riling american officials who wanted a done to give america more certainty. defense secretary chuck hagel traveling overseas today said without some kind of a deal happening now, happening this year, he and military leaders are unable to plan for a troop presence post 2014. so certainly far away from being done there. defense secretary, other americans pushing the afghanistan body to finish up the deal this year rather than to wait for april. >> juana, do we know the numbers of troops to remain until 2024? has hamid karzai given a reason wyoming he says he supports this, yet he doesn't want to be the one to own it, if you will? >> he has. he talked about his distrust for americans between our nation and him. that was the reason he cited. it's not clear yet w
covered from every angle. msnbc julia boorstin live at a target in los angeles. jay gray at the mall of america in bloomington, minnesota. we'll start with you, jay. we've been talking to you all morning. how is it looking now? >> t.j., i'm the king of shopping. i'm looking down on my subjects and i say spend, spend everyone. maybe it's getting to me. i have been here for a while. look, people are spending. things are going really well at this mall and across the country apparently. we see people not only shopping but they are carrying bags. not one or two but several. the news looks good on that account. a lot of retailers are very concerned because they have six less days in shopping season between thanksgiving and christmas this year. it falls late in the year. but statistics show and analysts believe that this weekend the average family will spend around $650, that's up 11% from last year black friday weekend. so vitally important for retailers. what happens between thanksgiving and christmas makes up between 20 and 40% of their entire yearly intake. that's according to the natio
like to mention, andrew, who i hope i get to meet. i mention them all the time. he is from los angeles. was frustrated and spent some 300 -- three hours trying to navigate the website him in california and was not pleased he had to wait three hours. after three hours, he ended up saving $6,000. while no one should have to wait three hours to find out if they will qualify for quality affordable health care, everyone wants to save $6,000 and that is why we're here. we want americans to save money on health insurance and we want the millions of americans who could never say they could afford to buy health insurance let alone save money, have access to the doctors and hospitals, so important for their children and themselves. we are here to say we will do everything we can to make our health security law work and work well. is an opportunity to improve it, we will work with the president and our colleagues in congress to make that happen. understand speaker banner the bill theed house republican majority will put him a floor of the house tomorrow is not for the purpose of improving the new
. robert eichis at cedars-sinai medical center in los angeles, at least until january 1st when his bill go up. >> i know if i go see him, it's completely out of network and it does not apply against my deductible. so it's really out of network, almost in another orbit. >> reporter: the new obama care compliant plan being offered by harris' current health insurance company will actually cost him $5 a month less but he and four of harris' five doctors are no longer in that network. >> i've had patients come to me saying please do whatever you need to do, because i don't know if i will be able to come back to see you after december 31st. >> reporter: he says 10% of his patients now must either find new doctors or pay steep out of pocket costs. >> it's mind-numbing. it's mind-numbing. >> reporter: even for dr. eitchis, less than six weeks before obama care takes effect, he still doesn't know which if any insurance plans he will accept. he's already stopped taking medicare. >> i may think about not taking any insurance at all. i have a lot of patients who have been seeing me for over 20 years a
citizens. >> not everyone sees it this way. joining me now from los angeles, fox news contributor, rick grenell the former spokesman to the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. rick, thanks for joining us. i interviewed glen greenwald. the reason we brought him on cashing in which i'm going to air it tomorrow morning on the fox news channel. the reason why i brought him on is because president obama promised the nsa was not going to look into private emails of americans. this week the "the washington post" reports that that likely happened when the nsa infiltrated google and yahoo and allowed them to have access to email accounts. now, the question is, do you think that's right? is that fair? should he be looking at americans' emails? >> well, i think the policy is that they are not looking inside specific emails of americans if it happens to occur, it's not because it's the nsa policy. look, glen greenwald and other journalists have the responsibility to push for transparency in this program. there is no question transparency is a good thing so is congressional oversight. democrat who control t
the developing news out at the los angeles international airport tonight where a shooting earlier today left one tsa agent dead and as many as seven others injured. we're awaiting a news conference from authorities in just a minute. but first, let's check in with cnbc's scott cohn who joins us now live with the latest details. good evening, scott. >> reporter: good evening, larry. friday morning at los angeles international airport. business
. >>> the bay area has the second largest filipino community in the nation after los angeles. of course, most have family in the philippines. experts predict the storm will cause catastrophic damage to several remote areas. casualties are expected. residents here in the bay area are concerned about their loved ones who are directly in the poth of this powerful storm. >> my brother and sister are still there. so their houses is not -- not -- not strong enough to handle this. >> the government has been readying for it, preparing for it with shelters and food distribution. >> if you'd lake it help those affected by the typhoon, you'll find links to two local organizations accepting donations on our website. just go to abc7news.com, and look under "see it on tv." >>> a husband and wife are seriously injured tonight after their house exploded in southern new jersey. utterly destroyed. neighbors rushed to pull the couple from the wreckage. the victims were retired and in their 60s. they were flown it the hospital with burns while crews took on the flames. still unknown what caused the explosion. bu
southern california, a man who was missing for several days is safe and sound this morning. los angeles police found darwin vella yesterday after he flagged someone down on the side of a road. on tuesday he withent for a walk with his dog. he did not return home but his dog did, along with a bloody leash. police won't say yet if vella was kidnapped. he does have some ties to hollywood celebrities and was scheduled to testify earlier this week at a hearing for a man accused of burglarizing the home of nicolas cage's former girlfriend. >>> in economic news, pixar confirmed reports it has laid off part of its staff in emeryville. fewer than 60 people were let go due to the postponement of its next animated feature. pixar is owned by disney, the parent company of abc 7. >>> new this morning, president obama says the u.s. economy is improving, even if it's been overshadowed by political gridlock and the messy rollout of his health care law. in his weekly address the president says jobs have been created, the auto industry is recovering and deficits are falling. he's trying to be upbeat in th
nine medical center in los angeles at least till january 1st when his bill would go up. >> it's completely out of network and doesn't apply against my deductible. it's almost in another orbit. >> the new obama care compliant plan being offered by his currents health insurance company will actually cost him $5 a month less, but four of harris's five doctors are no longer in that network. >> i've had patients come to me saying, please do whatever you need to do because i don't know if i'll be able to come back to see you after december 31st. >> he says 10% of his patients now must either find new doctors or pay steep out of pocket costs. >> it's mind numbing. >> even for dr. eichess. less than six weeks before obama care takes effect, he still doesn't know which if any insurance plans he will accept. he has already stopped taking medicare. >> i play think about not taking insurance at all. i have a lot of appreciates seeing me for over 20 years. we have a bond. >> for harris, obama care has meant fewer choices and headaches. >> i certainly wish him well, but the situation that i
places is playing out in los angeles and it could force a charity to stop its good deed of doing so. that's because the los angeles council is considering a ban on such anti-hunger efforts after complaints from homeowner. they claim some of the 200 homeless accepting free meals are becoming squatters. l.a. has the second largeless homeless population. it is the latest city to either consider or pass such a ban in recent years. ted lan drit is the cofounder of the greater west hollywood food coalition. welcome to you, ted. >> thank you. >> i know we have a councilmember with who you're doing battle, one of two democrat councilmembers proposing this all in an effort to get organizations just like yours to take your homeless feeding and move it indoors. i want to say that we did reach out to the councilman who in a statement said my motion requests that city departments study how other cities are addressing the issue. i want to know how other people ensure the safety of people being fed in the public right of way. i know that you've been working with the councilman on solving this problem, s
is in los angeles, one of the cities where the protests are scheduled to take place. here's what walmart ceo bill simon told us this morning about those demonstrations. >> black friday we just talked about it, you know, millions and millions of people out shopping is the big stage, and walmart's a big player on the big stage. as there are those who want to try to change a service industry like retail, it's not unexpected that they would be out on black friday at walmart with the something to say about that. >> so kim, why is walmart such a focus? we don't hear about it other stores like target, et cetera. why does walmart get so much of the attention? >> compare the two stores. it's sheer number. that's what it comes down to. target employs about 300,000 people nationwide. if you look how many people walmart employs, 1.5 million workers, that's approximately 1% of the american labor force. and that's why protesters say it makes them an appropriate target to talk about low wages. that's why you see protests like this come out throughout the country. there have been a number of large scale pro
... >> seattle bureau... >> washington... >> detroit... >> chicago... >> nashville... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. >> today cashing in on the gender divide over success. 30 years after "mr. mom" showing the husband and the wife switching the role of the breadwinner we may not have evolved than you might think. her success made her partner feel worse about himself than her failures did. his ego took a hit when his female partner succeed. women's self esteem was uneffected either way. the male competitiveness was published. it is a growing issue. women in their 20s who work full time were making more than men. that had never happened before, but we'll see an increasing number of couples where the women make more than men. on average women make significantly less than men nationwide but the percentage of wives who make more than their husbands have shot up 18% 25 years ago to 28% in 2011. with that kind of progress men have to grow a thicker skin. maybe they should just chill out and enjoy the extra money that's coming in. >>> coming up, wh
get the highlights from espn. >> good morning, america. welcome to our "sportscenter" studios in los angeles. i'm stan verrett. big night in college football on thursday. the headliner, oregon and stanford. from the farm in palo alto. oregon came in number three in the bcs. stanford, number five. kevin hogan, get in there. 8 carries, 57 yards for him. tyler gaffney did most of the work. 45 carries, a school record, 157 yards. marcus mariota, for a 12-yard touchdown. oregon cut it to a six-point game. oregon trailed 26-0, at one point. a couple of passes late for mariota, the heisman candidate. after oregon recovered one onside kick, they couldn't get the other one. stanford hangs on to win, 26-20. >>> from the nfl, redskins and vikings. cris carter being honored by the vikings for his hall of fame induction. christian ponder, scrambles. lands awkward on his left harm. left the game with a dislocated left shoulder. he did not return. next play, though, adrian peterson, how easy is that? 75 yards for a touchdown. 28-27, vikings. it came down to this. fourth and goal for the redskins. f
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